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Posted March 12, 2001
These ideas are active, door-opening way to help teens. Many parents and professionals assume that therapy is always the 'fix', which can often only make teens feel different, abnormal, and 'sick'. The learning style of adolescents is often to learn better through experiential exercise than through talking, which makes these ideas more useful than traditional therapy. These ideas apply to helping teens struggling with any kind of loss or stress, and are significant tools that will help adolescents establish coping mechanisms for other areas of their life as well. Especially good are the ideas for establishing rituals, gathering keepsakes and using massage to alleviate stress. These tools will help kids establish a foundation for problem-solving in healthy ways.
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